Asus's Transformer brand of tablets with detachable keyboards has been a hit with Android fans. Now the company is bringing the design to the Windows world.
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At first glance, this is a standard-looking 13-inch ultrabook, with a 1,920x,1080 IPS display and Intel Core i7 processor. But, the hinge mechanism for releasing the screen is so cleverly designed, you might not even notice it at first.